At the American University of Bahrain (AUBH), they know that life outside of study is as important as exam scores, and they want all their students to have a well-rounded university experience, that is on a par with experiences abroad.
With an active student council, the role of these bright and committed individuals is to serve as student representation in university governance, ensuring all voices are heard and amplified appropriately. Council members assist with campus events and activities, mentorship, and shaping the University’s policies and culture.
Overseen by the AUBH Student Council, students also have access to a plethora of clubs and societies catering to every interest, from football to photography. The clubs and societies operate with the ethos of collaboration amongst students and the wider AUBH Community. In keeping with their approach to education, students are free to conceive their own ideas for campus activities and events, to mutually thrive in a self-starting environment.
AUBH is the first comprehensive, purpose-built, American-style co-educational University in the Kingdom of Bahrain and is supported through the Elm Fund. The University offers a holistic journey for students and a unique approach to education that fosters interaction and collaboration between students, faculty, and the professional community.